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Updated  August 02, 2015                                              Follow us on Facebook 


 

Jason Martin Takes Home His Third Bullring Nationals Win

Each year the drivers of the United Rebel Sprint Series make the trek to their favorite track of the series. The lightning fast ¼ mile oval in Lacrosse Kansas affectionately dubbed “The Bullring” to slug it out for 30 ‘elbows up’ laps of racing. This year’s event was no exception as twenty three teams made the pull for the 2015 Myers Engine URSS National Points Series event with the eyes on the win. This year’s race had an extra incentive as Miller Trucking awarded a Treager Grill to the driver who passed the most cars for the evening as well as paying an extra $75.00 to each of the Heat Race and Dash winners.

Greeley Colorado racer Austin Mclean led the field to the green with Jeremy Huish, Brian Herbert, Steven Richardson and JD Johnson rounded out the top five. Before lap two was in the books Craig Jecha spun in turn two with Mclean simultaneously spinning in turn three to bring out the first yellow of the night. On the restart Huish jumped out to the lead with Richardson, Herbert, Johnson and Koby Walters making up the top five. Back in the pack Luke Cranston and Jason Martin started their charge to the front with Cranston taking over the fifth spot on lap four with Martin racing his way to the seventh position. Caution waived again on lap as Jecha spun for a second time in turn four.  Click here for more.....

 


Bubak Bests United Rebel Sprint Series at DCRP!

Lonnie Wheatley, DODGE CITY, Kan. (July 24, 2015) – Reigning United Rebel Sprint Series champion Jake Bubak captured his third career Dodge City Raceway Park feature win by topping Friday night’s 25-lap main event that headlined First Responder & Driver Appreciation Night at the 3/8-mile southwest Kansas clay oval.

The 20-year-old from Arvada, CO, slipped past early leader Kris Moore on the seventh round and led the rest of the way for his second series win in as many weeks and first of the season in Precise Racing Products DCRP Sprint Car competition as a full house watched on.

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Attention - Bullring Nationals at LaCrosse July 31.

Reminder - Anyone under the age of 18 MUST have BOTH parents sign a Minor Release Form  before minors will be allowed in the pits.  NO ONE under 18 will be permitted in the pits without this form signed by BOTH parents.  If you have any questions, please contact Kris Hagans at 785-372-1420


Jason Martin Scores DCR Summer Heat Nationals

Series Crown

The United Rebel Sprint Series capped off weekend number two of the 2015 Myers Engine URSS National Points Series Sunday night at Dawson County Raceway’s “Summer Heat Sprint Series.” The fans in attendance were treated to a whale of a race as Jason “The Hitman” Martin raced his way from his ninth starting spot to pick up his first URSS Feature win of the 2015 season. Martin is the eleventh different Feature Winner out of twelve races this Season making the URSS the Premiere 305 Sprint Car Racing Series in the Country with its amazing parity and quality of teams in the Series.

McCook Nebraska’s Nate Berry led the field to the green flag and jumped out to the lead but it was short lived as Berry looped his ride in turn four to bring out the caution before the first lap was scored. On the restart Zac Taylor took the point with “Flying” Brian Herbert, Zach Blurton, and Jed Werner and Steven Richardson rounding out the top five at the end of lap one. Lap two saw Werner take away the runner up spot from Herbert with Jason Martin making his way to the fifth position behind Blurton.

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Jake Bubak Notches Preliminary Night Win At Lexington

Jake Bubak scored the Preliminary Night victory in The Dawson County Raceway’s “Summer Heat Sprint Nationals” Saturday leading all 25 laps out route to the win. Twenty five teams make the pull to the 3/8’s mile oval in Lexington, Nebraska for race number four of the 2015 Myers Engine URSS National Point Series. The fans were not disappointed as the Rebels put on a show with side by side action lap after lap and drivers coming from deep in the field to challenge the leaders.

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Blurton edges Richardson in photo finish with URSS in Hays

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Most people would have thought the look on Steven Richardson’s face would have symbolized a $2,000 smile.

Not quite, but it was just about as close as you could come for the driver in the United Rebel Sprint Car series.

Richardson lost out on a photo finish to Quinter’s Zach Blurton on Sunday night at RPM Speedway in Hays on the second night of the Wheatshocker Nationals to kick off the 2015 Ellis County Fair.

“I’m not upset about it,” the 305 sprint car driver said. “It was fun. That’s what it’s about, those photo finishes. It’s good for the fans, and the drivers love it. It doesn’t get much better than that. Well, it would have gotten a little better if I would have won, but I’m not disappointed. I’m happy with where we’re at.”

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Steven Richardson Wins Night One of the Wheatshocker Nationals

 The tenth anniversary season of the United Rebel Sprint Series has featured nine different winners in the nine races held this season. The second night of the Myers Engine URSS National Points Series was no exception as Liberal Kansas’s Steven Richardson led all twenty five laps of the Wheatshocker Nationals Preliminary night and locked himself into Sunday nights $2000.00 to win main event.

 Thirty five URSS teams checked into the RPM Speedway pits for the preliminary night of the Wheatshocker Nationals and race number two of the Myers Engine URSS National Points chase. Richardson made the top ten after finishing second in his heat race. During the Revenge Draw fellow racer Jeremy Huish drew the number one pill and gave the pole position to Richardson.

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Nate Berry Grabs First URSS Win at Wakeeney Speedway

The Myers Engine URSS National Series 2015 National Points Chase kicked off with a good old fashion barn burner last night at Wakeeney Speedway as 32 teams checked in to do battle for the $1,000.00 winner’s share. Ten teams from Colorado made the trek to the first of three nights of racing that culminate with the $2,000.00 to win Wheatshocker Nationals weekend. McCook Nebraska driver Nate Berry made the most of his heat race finish and starting spot in the 30 lap main to claim his first ever URSS Series victory.

Keefe Hemel led the field to the green will outside pole sitter Nate Berry jumping out to the lead with Hemel, Jed Werner, Zach Blurton and Ty Williams rounding out the top five. Sixth starting Luke Cranston made his way up to runner up spot by lap three and set his sights on Hemel. Cranston made quick work of Hemel and took over the runner up on lap four. With Berry taking the bottom line Cranston took to the highside as the pair rocketed around the 3/8’s mile oval.

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A Word From The Series Founder

 

Welcome to our United Rebel Sprint Series official web site. With the growing support of committed competitors and supporting tracks, an affordable sprint car series is now full throttle.  We are now booking dates to area race tracks that will bring back affordable Sprint Car Racing to promoters and participants alike.  This series bottom line is affordable open wheel racing... period.  We have got to keep the costs down on this class to insure it's growth and make it a profitable opportunity for track promoters.  Thus making this series a winner for everyone  ....  including the fans.

 

With our pay structure of $500 to win and $125 to start the main, it is designed to bring new competitors into the series and make it feasible to travel to the area tracks insuring full fields.  We have adopted a set of rules and feel they are a great set of rules to keep the costs low and the competition close. By enforcing them we can keep it affordable to all.  This series has the potential to grow like wild fire and is a great concept to keep open wheel racing alive to all competitors and racetracks. I want to thank you all for your interest and the overwhelming support most have shown for this series.

 

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